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After slogging it out in the urban rat race, a wildlife retreat is just the thing for some well-deserved R&R (rest and relaxation).
By agoda on April 12, 2019
Not a fan of football? Here are some suggestions on where to go to escape the football madness.
By agoda on June 28, 2018
SINGAPORE, June 4, 2018 – To mark World Environment Day on 5 June, Agoda shares tips on how to actively become a more conscious, responsible traveler. Here are some ideas to minimize water, fuel and energy consumption and travel more sustainably. 1. Drive less, walk more Bangkok Tree House, Thailand sits proudly in Bangkok’s so-called “Green Lung”, an apt nickname for the government protected oasis that is Bang Krachao. The hotel is constructed with eco-friendly materials, powered by natural energy sources, and committed to clean environment. Its commitment stretches further by purposely not building a driveway from main road along the path leading up to the property, instead this city-based oasis encourages you to get on your bike and go explore the area. 2. Battle of […]
By agoda on June 5, 2018
KUALA LUMPUR Nov. 28, 2017 – Comparing agoda booking data for December 2015 against December 2016, Sapporo (Japan) has been identified as the most popular up-and-coming destination of choice for Malaysian travelers. Sapporo December bookings experienced a rapid growth of 145% amongst Malaysians. Famous for its high quality seafood, Sapporo is a foodie’s paradise for the 73% of Malaysian millennial travelers who chose food and dining as one of their preferred travel experiences in the agoda Travel & Tech Study. Pair this with an epic ski season, and it’s easy to see why this winter wonderland is becoming more popular with Malaysians looking to escape the heat and hit the slopes. Besides the local favourites, other up-and-coming destinations amongst Malaysian travelers for year-end holidays include Japan’s Sapporo, Taiwan’s Taichung, Nantou and Taipei and the United Kingdom’s London. Andrew Edwards, Global Director […]
By agoda on November 28, 2017
KUALA LUMPUR – Often travelers seek the same tried and tested locations, and getting away means sharing a hotspot with thousands of other tourists. But the alternative — going off the beaten track —can be far more rewarding. The recent agoda Travel and Tech Study found that 54% of Malaysians like to travel to lesser known destinations. agoda‘s Global Director for Brand and Communications, Andrew Edwards, explains: “Getting away from the hustle and bustle doesn’t mean giving up great experiences when it comes to South East Asia. The region is dotted with many remote and luxurious locations for travelers, who don’t want to compromise on the good things in life, but still want a unique holiday.” “Malaysian travelers can get a luxury or one-of-a-kind experience on almost any budget, depending […]
By agoda on November 13, 2017